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LIBERTY — During Fall Clean-up Week, Monday to Friday, Oct. 21 to 25, Liberty residents can get rid of excess trash, furniture, minor maintenance materials and carpet.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, Liberty Christian Church, 427 E. Kansas St., families are invited to a presentation on distracted driving. Participants will learn ways in which drivers are distracted, how to recognize when you or other drivers are distracted, and the dangers of distracted driving.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will close all northbound traffic of the Buck O’Neil (Route 169/Broadway) Bridge beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18 and continuing until 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21 for bridge deck repair work.
Friday, Oct. 18
Friday, Oct. 18
The Northland Coalition with support from Tri-County Mental Health Services has partnered with the Drug Enforcement Administration, law enforcement agencies and other communities across the country to encourage the responsible disposal of prescriptions.
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KEARNEY — Kearney High School was hive of activity earlier this month as industry leaders, educational programming experts and the military were on hand to provide sophomores and juniors a glimpse at possible career paths while throwing in a bit of entertainment during a high school career expo.
Like it or not, here it comes again: winter, along with snow and ice in many parts of the country. As seniors we need to take extra steps to stay safe, warm and healthy during cold weather.
LIBERTY — For the 34th year, families can head out to Martha Lafite Thompson Nature Sanctuary, 407 N. La Frenz Road, for the annual Fairy Tale Forest event.
Admittedly, I am not the biggest fan of modern horror movies. Name anything from the 1960s through the 1980s and I’ve probably seen it, but since that era, the dependence upon special effects and shock has left me largely uninterested. However, when an A-list cast signs up to star, I typical…
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LIBERTY — Trying to play the role of spoiler, upset-minded Kearney couldn’t quite get the bats going against top-seeded Liberty North.
The William Jewell Cardinals basketball teams are counting down to their season openers as the Great Lakes Valley Conference basketball preseason polls were released this week.
LIBERTY — Three area teams — Liberty, Liberty North and Kearney — are set to compete in a five-team Class 4 District 15 tournament Wednesday, Oct. 16 to Friday, Oct. 18 at Liberty High School.
INDEPENDENCE — The Liberty girls golf team is back in the fold as a state team qualifier after finishing second at the Class 2 Sectional 4 tournament on Monday, Oct. 14, at the par-72 WinterStone Golf Course.
LIBERTY — Established in 2009, the Cemetery Advisory Committee is charged with oversight of the preservation, beautification and enhancement of the Fairview-New Hope and Mt. Memorial cemeteries in Liberty.
As United Auto Workers Union members in the Local 31 at the GM Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas continue to make regional headlines for entering their fifth week of a strike, those out of work, including families across the Northland are feeling the pinch of going without a full paycheck for…
KEARNEY — While celebrating triple digits during a birthday party in her honor at Kearney Senior Center, Gwendean Scott said her 100 years have given her a lot to reflect on.
For a disease as scary as breast cancer, one positive and very important message that deserves to be heard more often during Breast Cancer Awareness Month is that it’s a disease that can be prevented.
Over the years, Kearney School District has come to be recognized as a progressive school district in the Kansas City metropolitan area and across the state. This comes as a result of innovation in the classroom. KSD continues to strive for high quality academic programs that ensure students…
I am writing to encourage voters in Liberty to go to the polls on Nov. 5 and vote "yes" on the ballot initiative for the city of Liberty to adopt a short-term lending code and permit fee.
Little did Dr. James Naismith know when he invented the game of basketball in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1891 that, more than a century hence, it would become beholden to its Chinese overlords.